The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) last week released district report cards for schools throughout the state, and locally, the grades received were varied.
It's time to shave off the last two decades of memory and recall the rise of Seattle music and Seattle coffee, floppy hats with flowers, that certain Beverly Hills zip code, and a slew of other things from the 90s.
Following a confidential tip, a Hillsboro man was cited over the weekend for cultivating marijuana and is scheduled to be arraigned in Hillsboro Municipal Court.
Wilmington College is hosting the largest group of new students in its 144-year history.
Live music and dancing served as the backdrop for Samaritan Outreach Services' 25th anniversary gala held Saturday night.
The Katherine Granger Floral Hall offered a spectacular array of dahlias at the Highland County Fair's Monday Flower Show with over 200 specimens of the flower favorite in sizes ranging from tiny one inch blooms to the explosive ten inch platter...
While thinking about the content of my next article I was speaking to a friend of mine in the clinical field. We were discussing senior residences and he asked what type of nursing coverage do assisted living residences usually have? So I thought this...
Homeless shelter donations
TODAYTops, 6 p.m., Tree of Life, 545 N. 6th St., Greenfield.Narcotics Anonymous, 6:30-8 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Call 937/763-0750, Arnold.
Returning to the Highland County Senior Center stage with a “wee” bit of a twist on Sept. 27 is the semiannual Hee Haw Show.
A Wilmington woman facing multiple charges – which included operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI), child endangerment, failure to maintain control, and refusing to take an OVI test with a conviction in the last 20 years – entered...
A Hillsboro man appeared in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday for felony charges which resulted from an incident that allegedly involved a crowbar.
TODAYAlcoholics Anonymous and Alanon meetings, 10-11 a.m., Rainsboro Methodist Church.Boy Scout Troop #171, 9-11 a.m., Camp Bowage off Greystone Drive, Hillsboro. For more information call 393-9065.
Stephany's WayStephany's Way, a poker run in memory of Stephany Shriver to raise funds for scholarships for individuals with disabilities at McClain High School, will be held Saturday, Sept. 20.
Ohio's state auditor says that an additional reporting requirement for local governments to add future healthcare liabilities to their annual reports “would inaccurately state the position of the government and would be...
Two people admitted to supervision violations in Highland County Common Pleas Court during hearings on Friday and both will be sentenced in the coming weeks. Katrina A.
Local author Chris Collins will visit the Hillsboro Public Library to present her novel “Jack of Hearts” on Oct. 8.
St. Mary Catholic School students attended their first Mass of the new school year. Located at 119 E. Walnut St. in Hillsboro, St. Mary is a private, fully accredited non-profit school that boasts a faith-based education with a focus on the...
On Sept. 2, 2014 at 11:41 a.m., the Hillsboro Police Department received a call reporting a male shoplifter was in custody with loss prevention staff. Upon officer arrival, it was found that Dreshan Jordan had attempted to conceal store merchandise...
Twenty-one years ago, Dorothy Julliard decided to take a more than 50-percent cut in pay to accept a part-time position at the Southern Ohio Pregnancy Center in Hillsboro.
Looking over county maps and searching the topography this week, I found our destination. The name struck me. It is Peach Mountain and not far off of SR 73.
A Hillsboro man who had driven a lawn mower while intoxicated pled guilty in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday to operating a vehicle while under the influence (OVI) – a charge which had originally been a felony due to the defendant's...
A Greenfield man was sentenced to 30 days in jail in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday after he pled guilty to attempted illegal purchase of pseudoephedrine.
A Lynchburg man on Thursday was sentenced to a mandatory three years in prison on a drug charge, with nearly two years tacked on for post-release control time.
Updated from 11:05 a.m. post.After confusion between the prosecution and defense about a plea deal, former Hillsboro firefighter David Snider Jr. will plead guilty to a first degree misdemeanor theft charge.
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